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First of all, just like almost every other bride in the known universe, I’ve been using Pinterest?to keep track of all my inspirational photos. Once I get close to a final decision on something, I’ll print those photos out and stick ‘em in the binder so that I can easily bring it with me to vendor meetings.
Secondly, when we first got engaged, FMIL gave me this file folder:
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It’s a bit bulky to carry around with my binder,老钱庄心水论坛, but it’s come in really handy for keeping track of “decision-making documents”—packages from potential photographers, packets from initial venue visits, paper samples, etc. Again, once we’ve made a final decision, I move the corresponding document to my binder. I think this has prevented my binder from getting bloated with info for vendors we don’t ultimately use, which has helped it stay useful after we’ve made all those decisions.
Thirdly, I keep this planner in my purse at all times:
Gold confetti print obviously required. I’ve always carried a planner around; I inherited the habit from my grandpa, who had a mini calendar in his shirt pocket every single day and would write down all the little things that happened to him. It’s a lifesaver for me in general,http://www.775888.org/www_775888_com/201503/185.html,香港马会官方内部资料库, and I would probably be lost without it. (Also,http://www.244266.info/244266_com/201503/17.html, I like the fact that it reminds me of my grandpa when I pull it out every day. Miss you, Papa Hammer!) But since wedding crafting began in earnest,http://www.595999.org/www_595999_org/201503/190.html, it became especially useful for the shopping list I keep in the back.
This list allows me to both quickly access the tally of what I have left to buy whenever I run across coupons?or stores that are liquidating their inventory (thank you,http://www.244266.info/www_244266_info/201503/16.html,www.49491.com, AC Moore in Brockton,大森林心水论坛, Massachusetts!) and to make sure I don’t buy the same thing twice. And yes,http://www.345458.org/345458_com/201503/180.html, I now own too many Dollar Tree hair ties because I’d forgotten I’d already bought some before I started keeping this list.
Finally, like many bloggers before me,http://www.5y57.org/www_5y57_com/201503/187.html, I’ve been using Google Drive extensively throughout the planning process. I mostly use it for things I might need at a moment’s notice—spreadsheets for vendor options (in case one gets to me with a quote when I’m away from my home computer), ideas for first-dance songs and wedding readings (in case I hear something in the car or in a conversation), etc.
And that’s it! How I keep all my odds and ends sorted. Of course, that doesn’t mean the crafts and projects themselves are organized.?Don’t even ask to see our apartment’s guest room. What about you all? How do you keep it all together? Anybody else as obsessed with pocket planners as I am?Tags: harwich-portResources BLOGGER Miss Hammerhead Venue: Wychmere Beach Club --> PREVIOUS POSTWaiting for the Dress NEXT POSTDIY Crystal and Pearl Bridal Hair Comb Related Posts Gettin’ Ma Shiz Together, Part 1: The Beast03/04/15 @ 6:34 am Planning a Wedding in the Pinterest Era02/13/15 @ 7:51 am Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself02/25/15 @ 12:51 pm Where to Begin…02/26/15 @ 6:46 am